Admit card for C-DAC Common Admission Test (C-CAT) 2019 is now available on the official website Candidates who will be taking the test can now download the admit card that has been made available from today that is December 06, 2018. The last date till which admit card can be availed is December 13, 2018. Make sure to download the admit card within the time allotted by the exam conducting body. The examination to be conducted on December 9th and 16th 2018 for admission to February session.

The C-DAC Common Admission Test (C-CAT) 2019 admit card will be made available only through online mode, therefore, no candidate will receive a hard copy of the admit card through post. To download the admit card candidates will have to visit the official website, On the login page that will be opened provide form number and password to log in. The admit card will then be generated on screen candidates can now download this admit card and take multiple printouts of the same to be carried to the examination center.

The information on the admit card will mostly be as per the details provided by candidates in the application form, although there can be mistakes from the side of the conducting body too in case of discrepancy do inform the exam conducting body. candidates are therefore suggested to go through the admit card before taking printout. The details on the admit card are: Name of the Candidate, Hall Ticket Number, Date of the entrance exam, Sections Appearing, Courses Applied for, Name of the Test Center, Address of the test center, Contact number of the test center, Important Instructions for the Candidate, Photograph of the Candidate.

The admit card must be carried by every candidate to the examination center make without which any candidate will not be allowed to take the examination. Along with the admit card which is the eligibility proof to take the test candidates will have to carry a valid Id proof that is either a PAN card, Aadhar card, Driving license, passport etc.

Talking about the entrance examination which is close candidates can start preparing as per the examination pattern. There are three section of paper conducted for one hour each and candidates as per their course selection can opt for the section. each section will have a total of 50 questions, each question will carry 3 marks and 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer. Start your preparations accordingly to score better than expectations. All the best !!